Entertainment

Chinese Censors Cut Michael Fassbender’s Gay Kiss From ‘Alien Covenant’

Expats in China and local moviegoers were quick to catch the missing kiss between cyborgs Walter and David, both played by Fassbender. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Director Sam Taylor-Johnson on ‘Fifty Shades’ On-Set Battles and a Sexy New Netflix Show

One of Hollywood’s most successful female filmmakers, now back with the series ‘Gypsy’ starring Naomi Watts, lets loose on her unconventional marriage and the plight of women filmmakers: It’s “ego-denting.” read more Hollywood Reporter

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Comedy Actress Roundtable: Emmy Rossum, America Ferrera on Pay Standoffs and Casting by Bikini

Serious talk from comedy stars — also including Pamela Adlon, Minnie Driver, Kathryn Hahn and Issa Rae — about being asked to audition in a two-piece swimsuit (“We want to see how tight your ass is”) and male nudity: “Get your balls out, boys!” read more Hollywood Reporter

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‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Star Elisabeth Moss Explains Pivotal Finale, Outlines Season 2

“I had chills all over my body and my jaw dropped,” Elisabeth Moss teases. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Audrey Hepburn’s Personal Clothes, ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ Script Up for Auction

The legendary actress’ personal copy of the screenplay will be offered at Christie’s in London, along with a number of other personal items, this September. read more Hollywood Reporter

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‘Cars 3’: Film Review

After hitting a rough patch with the 2011 edition, the franchise returns to form in ‘Cars 3,’ with the help of Owen Wilson and newcomers Armie Hammer, Nathan Fillion and Cristela Alonzo. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Weekend Box Office: ‘The Mummy’ Entombed With $32M U.S. Debut

The Tom Cruise-led ‘Mummy’ reboot fared far better overseas, opening to nearly $ 142 million internationally; ‘Wonder Woman’ easily stays No. 1 in North America after falling a scant 45 percent in its second weekend. read more Hollywood Reporter

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Tony Awards: Who Should Win, Who Will Win

THR’s chief theater critic David Rooney shares his preferences, while awards analyst Scott Feinberg names his predictions to win in the top categories. read more Hollywood Reporter

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